1932 FORD ROADSTER WITH SEATS FROM WORLD WAR 2 FIGHTER PLANE

November 13, 2017

P32 "STREET FIGHTER" - 1932 FORD ROADSTER AT SEMA

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This is the P32 Street Fighter (1932 Ford Roadster).

The car is a Chip Foose design team effort. It is a 1932 Custom Ford that really looks like it could fly.

The vehicle pays tribute to the P52 World War 2 Warhawk fighter plane. The car is powered by a V12 Lincoln Zephyr engine.

 

It was built for the Lincoln electric welding company.

The seats are out of a real World War 2 fighter plane. The exterior finish on this roadster simulates the polished aluminum of a military aircraft.

 

Jessica Killoran - SST Car Show

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